Girls.

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

This week on the Equals Record: a love letter to a few (of the many) special girls in my life.


A (teeny-tiny) excerpt from the new post:  "People say that when you find true love, you know. Though I’ve experienced this with the opposite sex before, the same phenomenon has occurred—delightfully, consistently, and much more often—in many of my friendships with girls, as well."

See the post in its entirety on the Equals Record, here. You can find past entries from my weekly column, Looking Forward (about the ups and downs of "growing up" in my twenties), here. Thank you for reading - your support is so very much appreciated.

15 comments:

laura // BOOKM▲▲RKS said...

i just read your article over equals record, such a sweet post! i love my girlfriends too!!

wmbg. said...

<3<3<3

Panda Head said...

looking forward to reading - and oh man, your friend, middle right, has an AMAZING HEAD OF HAIR!

aliceinbo said...


Shoko,i could't live without them!

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Shoko said...

Laura, thank you! And Morgan, she does, doesn't she? I'm envious! :)

Melissa Blake said...

Congrats -- what a lovely article! xoxo

lydia {ever ours} said...

such a sweet post. thank goodness for loved ones.

fromtheloftabove said...

you're so sweet :) i love my girlfriends too, they're the best. great article!

max said...

your writing astounds me.

Shoko said...

Thank you so much!

Linda said...

I LOOOOVE my girlfriends. They are the very best, so good that I don't like to share! :) I would be such a sloppy mess without them.

Tamra {ever swoon} said...

I love this. My girls are a huge part of my life and I couldn't imagine this journey without them!

x

Melissa said...

Such a lovely post. Good girlfriends are sometimes hard to come by. I'm so happy you've found those special ladies who complement your personality! They make the good times better and the bad times bearable.

Shoko said...

Melissa, very well said :)

ami said...

Loved this ER post and the comic that you posted after! I've met some of my closest friends in the most random of ways-- from being movie/tv extras together, working at Disney World together, having ketchup squirted on my shirt, the list goes on. But like you said, the one common thread is that they all understood me. There is no better feeling in the world than that.

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